News & Notices
The Outdoor Rink is available for public skating only. Hockey/Shinny/Game play is prohibited under the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Winter 2021 is looking up with the authors set to virtually visit the Collingwood Public Library for their Winter Author Talk Series.
The Town of Collingwood cordially invites you to the Mayor's Virtual New Year's Levee on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM.
On behalf of the Town of Collingwood, Mayor Brian Saunderson will present the 2020 recipients of the Order of Collingwood and the Companion to the Order of Collingwood.
On behalf of Collingwood Town Council and staff, I would like to wish you and your families a very happy holiday during the festive season.
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) reminds residents and visitors to parks, of dangers near streams, rivers, ponds and lakes this time of year. NVCA urges people to exercise caution and keep family and pets away from the edges of all waterways and water bodies.
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other experts, has imposed a Provincewide Shutdown effective Saturday, December 26, 2020, at 12:01 a.m. On the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, all Ontarians are advised to stay home as much as possible with trips outside the home limited to necessities such as food, medication, and supporting vulnerable community members. The current COVID-19 Response Framework will be paused during the Provincewide Shutdown and will last 28 days in Southern Ontario.
Library still open for contactless pick-up With Ontario entering lockdown, the library is forced to alter services.
At the Monday, December 21 Council meeting, Town of Collingwood Council approved the 2021 Operating & Capital budgets. Council and Staff would like to thank all residents and stakeholders who participated in and provided feedback during the December 2 and December 9 public meetings and online engagement through the budget review process.
Attention Collingwood residents! The Collingwood Art of Winter Festival returns December 21st to February 21st. Discover all the ways in your community to embrace the season as a snowy canvas for creativity, activity, and connectivity, both online and at multiple outdoor locations.
The Town of Collingwood periodically installs Infrared Trail Counters on the trail system to gauge their level of activity. The counters sense and detect the infrared wavelength that pedestrian and wheeled traffic emit and trigger a count as they pass by the sensor. These counters are placed at various Collingwood trail locations and may remain active for multiple years before they are repositioned. The information collected helps staff to adapt maintenance activities to match how many people are using each trail.